Taiwanese Metallers CHTHONIC To Guest On 'Chaos'

Vocalist Freddy and guitarist Jesse of Taiwanese extreme black metallers CHTHONIC will be the featured guests on Indie 103.1 FM's specialty metal program "Chaos" this coming Sunday, August 5 at 10:00 p.m. PST (1:00 a.m. EST Monday morning).

To listen to the show live via the Internet, go to this location.

Fan-filmed video footage of CHTHONIC performing the song "Quasi Putrefaction" at the Albuquerque, New Mexico stop on the Ozzfest 2007 tour on July 26, 2007 has been posted on YouTube.

CHTHONIC — the first-ever Asian metal band to take part in Ozzfest — is currently in the midst of their first American tour, a two-month trek that will see them play more than 60 concerts across the country. The band is keeping a tour diary on its MySpace page.

(Thanks: Andrew / The Space Lord)


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